From a robust campus newspaper, to a fully-broadcasting television channel and Internet radio station, the University of West Georgia hosts a dynamic mix of student-run media. 

  • WUTV
    WUTV

    The primary mission of the WUTV is to serve as an instructional/experiential learning laboratory to UWG's Mass Communications Program. Mass Communications majors are trained on state-of-the-art equipment through courses and as volunteers. The station also provides quality educational, informational, and entertaining programming to the University of West Georgia and the Carroll County Community.        

    For more information, please visit WUTV's website.                    

     
  • The WOLF Internet Radio
    The WOLF Internet Radio

    The Wolf Internet Radio is an experiential leaning lab of the Department of Mass Communications. The WOLF, which operates as a fully functional professional radio station, primarily provides students majoring and minoring in Mass Communications practical training in radio programming, production, management, and promotions. Students from all majors have the opportunity to participate and be part of the WOLF as volunteers, members of the WIT program (WOLF-in-training), paid staff members, and/or listeners. As UWG's on-campus radio station, the WOLF is committed to quality radio programming that includes music, especially by local artists, news, and sports coverage, and student-produced shows. The WOLF seeks to be the connection between students, faculty, staff, administration, alumni, and the surrounding and global communities through an entertaining and interactive multimedia experience. 

     For more information, please visit The WOLF's website.

     
  • The West Georgian
    The West Georgian

    The West Georgian serves the student body, staff, administration, and alumni of the University of West Georgia by delivering a free, quality, student-produced newspaper during spring and fall semesters. The West Georgian operates as a public forum for the university and offers student participants the foundational experiences of networking, establishing professional relationships, building portfolios, and gaining essential, real world experience in multiplatform journalism. The continued publication of The West Georgian provides students of The University of West Georgia the opportunity to produce content for a thriving, professional quality newspaper. 

     For more information, please visit The West Georgian's website.